All the Details of “Emily in Paris” Season 3

These are all the details we know so far about Emily In Paris Season 3.

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The comedy-drama “Emily in Paris” is back for a new third and fourth season! After successful seasons one and two, Netflix has decided to continue with Season 3 and Season 4. Since the streaming series first premiered in 2020, “Emily in Paris” has become top-trending in many countries, making it one of the most successful series on the streaming service. It is not a surprise that it gets renewal, and we are excited about its release!

The series comes from the creator of Sex and The City, Darren Star, and stars Lily Collins as the main character, Emily Cooper. Lily Collins also co-produces on the show. 

The “Emily in Paris” story follows Emily Cooper, an ambitious college graduate who moves from Chicago to Paris to work as an aspiring marketing executive for the French marketing Savoir. Coming from a simple, mundane Midwestern background, this experience allows her to navigate her career and different cultures, meet people as well as her love life and have exciting experiences in the Parisian city.

Throwing back to season two, Emily is in a love triangle between Gabriel and Alfie. They started a “romantic relationship”, but then everything feels apart. She ends up with Gabriel as he starts dating again with Camille. Alfie goes back to London, and a long-distance relationship, of course, is difficult. In the middle, Emily makes better connections with work, while at the season finale, Sylvie quits with plans to open her own marketing firm and invites Emily to be part of the team. Now, Emily does not know what to do, and the series leaves us with a cliffhanger as Emily has to decide if she will stay in Paris or not.

Here are all the details about the upcoming third season of “Emily in Paris”.

‘Emily in Paris Season 3’: Plot

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Unfortunately, there’s no official announcement on the number of episodes, but we hope to get some news soon. However, there is an official synopsis of the third season, which states, “One year after moving from Chicago to Paris for her dream job, Emily finds herself at a crucial crossroads in every aspect of her life. Faced with two very different paths, Emily will have to decide exactly where her loyalties lie – at work and in her romantic life – and what those decisions mean for her future in France,” 

It seems Emily is at crossroads regarding her love life and career. She will also have to make important choices about her love triangle with Alfie and Gabriel.

All while continuing to immerse herself in the adventures and surprising twists and turns that life in Paris provides.” Emily’s stay in Paris will send her on more adventures.

Lily Collins expressed in an interview, “Season 3 offers the other characters the opportunity to develop their characters”. It seems that for this upcoming season, ‘Emily in Paris’ will focus on the supporting characters as they get the chance to grow.

‘Emily in Paris Season 3’: The Cast

Ashley Park, Lilly Collins and Camille Razat

Emily Cooper, played by Lily Collins, will reaffirm her role as the main character. Aspiring singer Mindy Chen, played by Ashley Park, is also returning as the supporting character.

Lucien Laviscount as Alfie; Lucas Bravo as Gabriel

Other returning will include Lucien Laviscount as Alfie, an English banker in Emily’s French class and Emily’s love interest. Lucas Bravo is back as Gabriel, a chef and Emily’s neighbour and love interest. Leroy Beaulieu reprises her role of Sylvie, Emily’s boss at the Savoir.

Leroy Beaulieu as Sylvie; Camille Razat as Camille
Bruno Gouery as Luc; Samuel Arnold as Julien

Camille Razat is back as Camille, Gabriel’s girlfriend. Bruno Gouery, Samuel Arnold, and William Abadie are also back as Luc, Julien and Antonie. In October 2022, Netflix announced two new guest stars for Season 3: Paul Forman as Nicolas de Leon and Melia Kreiling as Sofia Sideris.

‘Emily in Paris Season 3’: Release Date & Where to Watch

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‘Emily in Paris Season 3’ will hit the streaming Netflix at Christmas time, releasing the romantic comedy television on 21st December 2022.